On Fri, 18 Dec 2020 at 22:16, Mikhail Ramendik <mr(a)ramendik.ru> wrote:
The breaking updates happened in late 2019. I don't think
in use at all at the time, but I had crashes going for two or three
weeks then a fix eventually arrived.
I now found the bug that hit me back then. It took over a month to
I want to exclude, or significantly lower, the possibility of such
major bugs arriving to my system at random times. I am looking at
doing it by freezing only the Plasma-related parts.
Though honestly I don't understand why this major update with a large
probability of breaking something (to KDE Frameworks 5.59) happened at
that particular time in August 2019. I now checked and the KDE
Frameworks version was old news by the time (it came out in June)
while KDE Plasma 5.17 came out in December. Was there a rationale for
the mid-release push of KDE Frameworks to Fedora 29, which was
"current minus one" at the time?
I really need to understand if I can use some freeze lists and
scheduling to shield myself from such updates.
Yours, Mikhail Ramendik
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